The Coronet Theatre is a place like no other.
Our productions bring you the best of international talent in the intimate setting of our historic venue.
Our programme is a unique fusion of theatre, dance, poetry and visual arts from new and established artists alike.
Our building is a jewel to discover, an iconic space with a rich history that we are restoring to its former glory.
Support The Coronet Theatre and help us to continue showcasing art without borders in our beautiful theatre.
As an individual
Get closer to the action and join our Supporter Scheme, remember the Coronet in your will or make a one-off donation today
As a business
Enjoy a bespoke partnership with our unique London venue.
As a trust or foundation
Invest in our artistic vision to help us expand our audience and bring international talent to our community.
Make a one-off donation
Donations of any size support the Coronet’s unique programme of multi-disciplinary art without borders.
None of our work would be possible without the help of our patrons and donors. We are hugely grateful to the following for their support:
Clive & Helena Butler, Deborah Curtis, Michael Fisher, Mimi Gilligan
Ryan Allen, Tony & Kate Best, Peter & Tanya Freeman, Thomas & Kate Glocer, Ashish & Neha Goyal, Debbie Hannam, Fady Jameel, Lucy Morris, Georgia Oetker, Reid Perper & Maria Clara Tucci, Dag & Julie Skattum
Peter Davies, Connie Freeman, Victoria Gray, Anne Herd, Kathryn Ludlow, Whitney McVeigh, Meriel Pymont, Jane Quinn, Julia Rochester, Antony Thomlinson, Patrick & Anna Thomson
Sarah Adlington, Don Anderson & Prue O’Day, Liza & Zoran Bozovic, Richard & Paola Broyd, George Casley, Gay Cheyne, Rashmi Chopra & Manish Goel, Christopher & Tina Coulcher, Karen Cunningham, Neil Doherty, Tony Dyson, Sally Fleming, Charlotte Fraser, Sharon Gans, Oliver Goodinge, Martin & Evelyn Jacomb, Sophie Loudoun-Shand, Letitia Michotte, Richard Miles, Toni Nagel, Tara Naidoo, Peter & Esther Smedvig, Edward Smith, Bridget & Rob Somekh, Solvene Tiffou, Susan Van Noorden, Ann Wingerstrand
Arts Council England, The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation, The Royal Norwegian Embassy in London
and all other supporters who would prefer to remain anonymous.